Hope of returning to their homes in Sinjar is waning

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Read: 592     12:30     07 Сентябрь 2023    

Many displaced Yazidis have been unable to return to their homes in Sinjar, either because they have been destroyed by ISIS terrorists or because the region is still dangerous. As a result, they are forced to live in camps or informal settlements where they face a lack of basic necessities and opportunities in general.

Isko is one of many Yazidis forced to flee their homes because of ISIS terrorists. He spent about half of his life in the Jim Mashko camp, which has become his home and his memories. Isko dreams of one day returning to Sinjar, but knows that nothing will motivate him to go back. The economy is in shambles, jobs are gone, and the security situation is still precarious.

Isko and his comrades are forced to work at hard labor for daily wages, such as on construction sites or in agricultural fields. These jobs are mostly seasonal and barely provide minimum living needs, making the option of migration always preferable.

Yazidis are a resilient people, but they have been through a lot in recent years. They deserve better than living in camps or informal settlements, they deserve the opportunity to return to their homes and start their lives anew. The international community must do more to help Yazidis and ensure that they are not forgotten.





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Hope of returning to their homes in Sinjar is waning

2023/09/7984-1694071840.jpg
Read: 593     12:30     07 Сентябрь 2023    

Many displaced Yazidis have been unable to return to their homes in Sinjar, either because they have been destroyed by ISIS terrorists or because the region is still dangerous. As a result, they are forced to live in camps or informal settlements where they face a lack of basic necessities and opportunities in general.

Isko is one of many Yazidis forced to flee their homes because of ISIS terrorists. He spent about half of his life in the Jim Mashko camp, which has become his home and his memories. Isko dreams of one day returning to Sinjar, but knows that nothing will motivate him to go back. The economy is in shambles, jobs are gone, and the security situation is still precarious.

Isko and his comrades are forced to work at hard labor for daily wages, such as on construction sites or in agricultural fields. These jobs are mostly seasonal and barely provide minimum living needs, making the option of migration always preferable.

Yazidis are a resilient people, but they have been through a lot in recent years. They deserve better than living in camps or informal settlements, they deserve the opportunity to return to their homes and start their lives anew. The international community must do more to help Yazidis and ensure that they are not forgotten.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #iraqyazidis